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MARRIAGES, DEATHS, &c. Feb, on the publick, in respect to any of their Edinburghshire. James Balfour, Esq; demands on the crown of Spain, ceded by in the room of Sir Charles Gilmour, Bart. his majesty for the peace and tranquillity of deceased. this nation. Resolved, that this general court doth impower the court of directors
MARRIAGES and Birtus, to lay the resolution which passed in the Jan. 28.GIR James Stirling, of Glorat, Jast general court, together with that pal
in Scotland, bart. to Miss fed in this general court, before the gentle. Stirling. men in the adininistration ; and that they Feb. 9. James Tillard, Esq; to Miss pursue all the means necessary for carrying Clayton of Ked-Lion-street. the same into execution.
12. James Bouchier, Esq; to Miss Han THURSDAY, 21.
nah Glemplon. The theriffs of London and Middlesex 15. Mr. Hyde, an eminent - Dyer in presented to the Hon. house of commons, Spittlefields, to Miss Amey Monson, only the petition of the common.council, pray- daughter and heiress of Charles Monson, ing that some remedy may be applied to pre. Erq ; of Melcombe-Regis, a 19.0col. forvent the pernicious ule of spirituous liquors;
tune. and also their petition against the bill for 18. Edward Bearcroft. Erg; a gentlenaturalizing foreign protestants.
man of a large estate in Herttordihire, to At a general court of the Bank je was a- Miss Susannah Ambcole, a 10,00-1. forgreed to lend the government all the mo. ney they mall want over and above what John Snow, Esq; of Trinity college, is to hê raised by lottery and annuities, on Cambridge, to Miss Cilds, cnly.dughter the same terms as they lent the million lant of Thomas Childs, of Framingham in year : Which sum will amount to upwards Suffolk, a 12,000l, forlune. of zco,cool.
19. John Mackrill, of Bermondsey.. FRIDAY, 22.
street, Southwark, Eiq; to Miis Gustright, The birth-day of her royal highness, a 25,0ool. fortune. Mary princess of Helle, his majesty's John Shaw, of Cheshunt in Hertfordfourth daughter, was celebrated; when Thire, Esq; 10 Miss Huxley. her royal highness entered into the 30th Rev, Mr. John Wesley, to Mrs. Vazel, year of her age.
of Threadneedle-strett, a widow lady of MONDAY, 25.
a large fortune. A bill for allering our Stile to that of the 22. Rt. Hoo, the earl of Egremont, New Stile, which is certainly nearer to the to Miss Carpenter, filler to the Rt. Hon. true course of the sun, by three days in 400
the lord Carpenter. years, was brought into the house of loids,
Jan. 29. The lady of the Re. Hun. the and the further confideration of it was put lord Romney, delivered of a daughter. off to March 11.
Feb. 4. The lady of the Rt. Hon, the In the scheme for the new lottery, are lord Broke of a ton. two prizes of 10,000l. four of 5,000l. 14. Countess of Winchellea and Notfive of 3,000l. eight of 2,ocol. twenty of tingham, of a daughter. 1,000l. and forty-one of sool. besides the
15. The lady of commodore Mitchell, first drawn 500, and the last drawn 1000. of a son. There are 70,000 tickets in the whole ; fix blanks to a prize ; and each blank va
DEATHS Jued at ax pounds.
RS. Gumley, mother to the
countess of Bach, Alterations in tbe Lift of Parliament.
28. Rev. and learned William Reynolds, XFORD university. Sir Roger New- B. D. fellow of Exeter college, Oxford,
digale, Bart. in the room of Lord and chief rurorihere, also rector of BampViscount Cornbury, called up by writ to ton in Oxfo dihire, the most confiderable the house of peers. (See p. 45.)
living in that county. Wareham, Dorsetshire. Henry Drax, Feb. 2. Thomas Borret, Esq; one of the Esq; secretary to his royal bighness the prothonotaries of the court of Common. prince of Wales, in the room of John Pitt, pleas. Esq; who accepted of a place, and is now 3. Mr. Thomas Pralt, in Southwark, member for Dorchefer.
aged 107, who had been a cobler there Heytesbury, Wilts. Col. William Acourt, upwards of 60 years, and by his industry in the room of Wm., Alhe, Esq; deceased and economy acquired upwards of zool.
Dorchester town. John Pitt, and Jo- in money, which he left to his neice, now feph Damer, Esqrs. in the room of Jolin a servant at the Rose in Bermondsey-street, Browne, Erg; an eminent counsellor, de.
5. Dr. Hall, physician to the Charter. cealed, and Nathaniel Gundry, Esq; made house, a judge.
Jan. 25. M
1751. DEATHS, PROMOTIONS, &c.
93 9. Licut. general Borgard, an old ex. PROMOTION8 Civil and Military.
AJOR general Sir age.
13. John Skynner, Esq; eldest clerk col. of the reg. of dragoons, late Naiunder the comptrollers of his majesty's zon's ; and the Hon. John Waldegrave, board of Green.cloth, and chief clerk of Esq; col. of the reg. of foot, late Powlett'ss the Poultry-office.
- Frederick Frankland, Esq; made major Charles Maiiland, Esq; member in the in the second reg. of dragoon guards, com. present parliament for the burghs of Aber. manded by Sir John Ligonier ; Charles deen, Inverray, Montross, Aber brothwick Roper, Esq; eldest captain, Purbeck Langand Brechin.
ham, Esq; second capt. Hon. James So15. Mr. Thomas Howard, a gentleman merville, Erq; third capt. William Ar. of a very considerable fortune in Effex, nott, Elq; capt. lieut. Edmund Cox, and owner of feveral coalting vessels. gent. lieutenant, and Mr. Joseph Gabo -18. Lieut. general Peter Campbell, lieut.
bot Cornet in the faid regiment.-Right governor of Portsmouth, first gentleman Hon. Thomas earl of Pomfret, made ran. of the beer buttery at St. James's, former
ger and keeper of St. James's park. (See ly col. of a rez. of foot, and nearly related P. 45.1-Capt. Forbes, made a major, to his grace the duke of Argyll.
and lieut. Marshal a captain in the royal Rev. Richard Mee, D. D. who had seg. of dragoons. John Enys, of Enye been rector of Wishall in Cheshire upe in Cornwall, Esq; appointed by his royal wards of so years, and never quitted his highness the prince of Wales to be meriff regdence during all that time.
of that county for the year ensuing. 20. Thomas Brydges, Esq; one of the Nicholas Vaux, Esq; made capt, lieut. Ax clerks in Chancery.
and lieut. Field, capt, in the train of arAlice Wise, at Yo:k, aged 108, com. tillery at Woolwich.---- Hales, Esq; ron mon), known by the name of dutchers of Sir Thomas Hales, made one of the Dalton: Her defire was to have as many
clerks of the board of Green-cloth, and invited to her fureral as she was years old, clerk of the Poultry office, in the room of and accordingly that number of her ac- John Skynner, Esq; deceased.. Benjamin quaintance accompanied her corpse to the Keene, Eiq; appointed his majesty's am
barrador extraordinary and minister pleni. 25. John Gough, Esq; principal inspecpotentiary to his catholick majesty.--Hon. tor of the inland duties of excise.
Richard Maynard, Esq; made deputy se
cretary to his royal highness the prince of Ecclefiaftical PREFERMENTS.
Wales.--William Purcas, of the MiddleTR. Henry Bund, fellow of Worcester Temple, Esq; made one of the fix clerks
Mcolege, Bextora, presented to the chancery General se. clair, macelets
vernor of Cork in Ireland.-Lieut. general Sir Philip Honeywood, made col. of the blue guards, in the room of the late duko of Richmond, --Sir John Ligonier, made col. of Honey wood's reg. of horse ; lord visc. Tyrawley col. of Ligonier's Irish dra. goons ; col. Leighton, col. of the reg. of foot, late Hargrave's, deceased.Capt. Taylor, made major to Leighton's reg. at Gibralter.
Persoms dec!crid BANKRUPTO. Homas Yeldal of London, mercer.
living of Chetton, with the chapel of Leigh-
victualler. - Richard Box, lace of Bristol, dealer.-Stephen Jephs, of Norwich, weaver, woolfactor and innholder. Richard Sture, of Plymouth, merchant, grocer, and dealer in spirituous liquors.- John Pearson, of King's Lynn in Norfolk, Tip-builder and dealer in timber. -Henry Finch, of St. Clement's, East cheap, Lon. don, vi&tualler.--William Frood, of Liverpool, merceri-William Lessly, of St. Botolph, without Aldgate, mariner and merchant. – John Watkins, late of St. Luke's, Middlesex, glover.
Males, soi} 1182
PRICES of STOCKS in FEBRUARY, Bill of MORTALITY, &c. BANK INDIA South Sea, South Sea South Sea + per Cent.it per Cent. Bank An.f3 perCent. IndiaBonds B.Cir.pr Wind a
Wearber BILL of Mortality from STOCK.STOCK. STOCK. Annu. old Ann, new
1746. 1747• 1748.9. 8. Annu. præm.
Deal. London. Jan. 22. t. Feb. 19.
N. E. hard front
Chrift. 3) 135 112 103 10cio 102 102 :
E. by N. frost
E by S. hard front Femal. 10785
6 N. front fair Died under 2 years old 687
t N. E. troft (now Between 2 and 5-135
6 E. hy S. front fair
5 and 10- 31 8 136 1185 11112 103
6 W. by S. (roit fair
10 and 20 - 59 us 103
101 JO2 31, 135 26 S, W. troft thaw
20 and 30
168 10 Suoday
W. S. W. frosty
30 and 40 31 136 185 $
102 IOI 102
5 S. S. W, cold thaw
40 and 50-241 12 136 185 * $ 11 12 103 101 102 101 ) 102
31. 198 5 S. W. windy
40 and 60
6 and 70
5 N. W. rainy
So and go 50
102 ) 101 1
N. by E.
fair 37 Sunday
S. W. milling
2127 28 137 186 110
6 103 102 } 101 102
clou, mulai 19 136
Within the Walls 166 186 103 102
27 (W. S. W. windy 186
Without the Walls 497 103
7 6 S.W.by W. milling 211 1374 137 18647871 110
in Mid. and Surrey 978 끓
2 1 6s. w. bys
City & Sub. Wij. 486
S. W. fair
rain 24 Sunday
S.W. by W. wind rain Weekly Jan, 29
-470 25-136 187 1104 103 104 102 1 101 102 TO2
566 W. 102
poigh wind 271 136 186
2 10 CW. S. W. cloudy
(Rye 1;3. to 175 per Q.
Balingstoke. Reading Farnham, Henley. Guildford. Warminster. Devizes, Gloucester. Northampc.
245 to 28q4 Barley 148 to 17 oos to oo ar 175 to 19 qr 175 to 19 gr
18s to 19 97
Igs to 16 155 to 19 23 ord
165 to 17 Oats 125 to 135 60
145 to 16 od I is to 19
iOS to 20 125 to 15 od 125 to 17
155 10 20 23 to 1898 135 to 15 Beans 18s to zas 6d 269 to 24 od 215 to 23 245 to 25 2 15 to 2+
298 to 31 225 to 23
28 gd to 36
186 to 11 LOTTERY TICKETS, 1751, sid. 59. â 45, 6d, ul. 36. edy
FOREIGN AFFAIRS, 1951. 65 SINI INCE our last there have been two rable, yet the consternation they have
placarts of the fates of Holland pub- thrown the inhavitants into is so great, Bhed at the Hague, in the firit of which that they flock to this c.ty with their best they complain of the opposition and mal. effects, as thinking themselves safer here. treatment the collectors of their taxes have The noise in the bowels of the earth ftill met with in the execution of their duty, continues, and is sometimes like that of declare all persons concerned in such out- thunder. At Lourde, a small city in Bi. rages, enemies to their country, and order Korre, they have had one shock more viotheir fiscal to prosecute them; and they Jert than any felt by their neighbours, ina impower their collectors to stop and search fomuch that a mountain was thereby all carriages by land or water, and to pro. tumbled down into an adjacent valley, the vide themselves and affiftants with arms greatest part of which was filled up by it, for repelling force with force. And in the Upon this our bishop has judged it necer. other they declare, that the oath taken by sary to have recourse co spiritual means, merchants and traders for preventing and has accordingly ifsued a mandate for a frauds in the collection of the duties shall fast of several days, in order to obtain a be binding, till abrogated or renewed. ceffation of these earthquakes."
The French king's ediet for erecting a In Spain as well as France, they are re. military school at Paris ", was published the pairing their marine with the utmost dr. Jatrer end of last month ; and as a fund patch, there being now four men of war for supporting this school, the duty on cards upon the ftocks at Ferrol, and preparations has been doubled, and the revenues of all are making for putting fix more upon the vacant benefices are to be applied to the stocks there. And from Cadiz we have same purpose. A plan for the building has the following account of the thips that been already presented to his majesty by entered that port in the course of the last M. Gabriel, his chief architect, which has year, viz. 789 English, including 17 men been approved of, and according to which of war ; 171 French, eight of which were it is to be fituated on the river Seine, a lit. men of war ; 144 Dutch, including two tle below the invalids, to have above 150 men of war; 45 Spanish, including 20 toises in front, and above 100 acres allot. men of war and 14. Xebeques ; 34 Danes; ted for the building, and for the avenges to 29 Swedes ; 5 Malteze ; 3 Venetians ; 2 it, which are all to be planied with trees. Tuscan ; i Portugueze ; 1 Neapolitan,
The 3d inft. N. S. the trial of the fa- and · Ruffian. In all 1178 merchantmen, mous M. de la Bourenaye, was conclud. and 47 men of war. ed t, and being acquitted of every accu. From Venice we hear, that the mir fation brought against him, he was dif. understanding between that republick and charged from the Bastile, after a three years
the courts of Vienna and Rome is at lenger confinement ; a poor reward for the service adjusted ; the patriarchship of Aquileia behe did his country.
ing thereby to be abolished, and for the We have had lately an account of several future to be divided into two archbishopnew discoveries made in France, viz. ricks, one of Udine for that part of the That the Seur Guittard had found out a com- Trioul, belonging to the republick, and pofition like that of which China is made : the other of Gorizia for that part of it That a country surgeon had discovered a which belongs to the house of Austria. kind of agarick, or fungus, which Mops From Turkey our late accounts say, that the bleeding in amputations, wiihout tying the grand lignor has admitted even to the up the arteries; and that a third person most secret consultations of the Divan, the had found out the secret of piecing glass, fultan Ibrahim, his nephew, the son of without the least apperance of ics having Achmet III. deposed in 1704, and who ever been broken or joined.
was declared fucceffor to the empire in By a letter from Tarbes in Bigorre near. 1736. This Ibrahim is the idol of the the Pyrenees, dated Feb. 6, N. S. we have Jiniffaries, because they perceive in him a the following account :
" About three martial-genius ; in consequence of which weeks ago a rumbling noise was heard they seem to be preparing for war, orders several days fucceffively in the Pyrenees, being sent to the troops cantoned in the inte. which greatly alarmed all the inhabitants rior provinces of that empire in Europe to of that neighbou hood. To that noise hold themselves in readiness to march to. fucceeded several mocks of earthquakes, wards the Danube. Thay have likewise re. which were likewise felt in the principality inforced the garisons of Bender, Chockzim, of Bearn ; since which they have had. Ockzakow, and some other neighbouring eleven shocks faccefsively : And tho' the places ; and are filling their magazines on damage done thereby is not very confide. that fide, with all sorts of provision and
Dr. . See our Mag. for laff year p5756 † See our Mag. for May, 1747, pi 227. And ear Mag. for 1748, p. 1436
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